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us to develop a plan that will help us as we look at the many reforms. >> it's a different kind of a background. i was a tv reporter in a cbs affiliate in south bend when i came back from college. and then after my husband and i got married i did four years in bucharest, romania. our church had asked us if we would go, for a two-year stint, so we sold our house, sold everything we had made the provision, raised the money, got there and then started our organization. and so we ended up living there four years but it actually precipitated my run for the indiana state house. having an opportunity to be in a different place, different culture and understanding what role government can and can't play when it comes to, you know, governing. >> and run she did. walorski served three terms in the indiana state house. >> we were a billion dollars in debt, we had very well intentioned people, everybody was doing what they thought they should do. our state was in the bottom of the barrel in this nation. we were 49th and 50th in virtually every grid you can imagine and today we are on the to
all the time. you know, they thought everybody should work hard and my father used to say, "work hard, play hard and don't confuse the two." and it was the same whether you were a boy or a girl. also i had great teachers in my elementary and junior high and high school years, who were inspirational, demanding, and expected as much out of the girls as they did out of the boys. >> now, the beige speech, women's rights are human rights and vice versa -- >> now, on the eve of a new millennium, it is time to break the silence. it is time for us to say here in beijing and for the world to hear that it is no longer acceptable to discuss women rights as separate from human rights. >> did you think that was going to become iconic? >> i didn't really know at the time. i had quite difficult decision-making process leading up to my going. there were those who didn't think that i first lady of the united states should go to china, that there were all kinds of political problems, that should not be ignored and therefore going might somehow condone it, none of which i agreed with. but i really didn'
district with seniors and anglos and latinos all of us together. and what i'm excited to do is learn about the deepest fabric of that district and try and >> the number one priority i have is to help people feel that sense of economic security by creating jobs and creating a climate where jobs c flourish. so ensuring that high wage, high tech jobs come to our district, that they stay in our district and that we have an educated work force that is ready to take advantage of those jobs that we have tomorrow. >> i come from a large family that is very supportive. i was very fortunate growing up in a large family where all of us, because my mother and father understood the value of education. somewhat nontraditional that all of us have advanced degrees, we were able to go to college i'm a public school product, i'm very proud of that. i was always taught that it was never about me but it was about making a difference. >> and she's tried to make a difference by working in government, in the private sector and in academia as a senior vice president at ohio state university. >> i've had opportuni
assaults us or batters us. i guess a little frustrated because although i understand importance of the legislation that it has made this issue more knowledgeable across the world and across the country, there are still laws on the book, there have always been laws on the book to protect people who are watered or injured. >> if you need to go to a shelter, get some protection from abuser most often that shelter is funded by the violence against women act. if you need to call up a hotline, the money is there for people to be on the other end of the line. >> they also raise a lot of money privately. >> they did do. >> they get government and foundation. >> about prevention. teaching these women, do the programs that teach the women that these resources are available that's huge, something that's really important to the community. >> it teaches police officers exactly how to go in to a situation and assess it correctly. it wasn't that long ago when police officer would come the a home say, this is a domestic issue, you guys work it out. we have put the teeth tone the law to make sur
in an area and we were ambushed in flight and they shot at us with a number of things. small arms...we were hit with small arms fire and a rocket propel grenade which is what exploded on me and we were able to land the aircraft. the last thing i remember trying to shut down the engines on an emergency shut down. >> she woke up a double amputee, losing both legs. how did it change her life? >> it'sreeing. it's been a gift and i choose to look at it as a gift. yes, my life is infinitely difficult physically. i can't do the things that are great passions in my life, you know my unit is deployed right now and there's a piece of my heart with them and i can't be there. it's given me a new mission and i get to do this for them. >> she wants to help the mitary with her new national platform. >> there's so many things that need to be done. i think there's a responsibility to, if we're going to go to war, have a discussion of how we will use these men and women. right? they're the ones who bleed. so we don't make decisions to go to war recklessly, we have honest discussions of the cost of war. if we
state is going to get back into this one. he has four. >> bill: they use that curl and popback. it's a walk. >> tim: dekker doubled. did not anticipate that. shot clock again under 10 but brust has it. we've got a foul prior to the shot. kitts spotted it before went into the shooting motion. the fifth-year senior gaining confidence coming off a bout with the flu. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] the next wave of italians has come to america, and the fiat 500 with beats audio is rockin' the block. the italian designed fiat 500. cut... [ male announcer ] introducing the quadcore-powered lg optimus g. run two apps at the same time, on the same screen. yeah, we're gonna need another wall. [ male announcer ] go online for special offers. and under 550 calories each. you have to taste it to believe it. i believe it! i can dig it! [ male announcer ] uh oh. yep, they tasted it. big flavor, big portions, starting at just $9.99. see you tomorrow. ♪ ( pop, fizzing ) ♪ ( coca-cola 5-note mnemonic ) >> tim: we show you the difference in had ohio state team when they struggle to score fro
motion. he is going to move out of their good, way from his hands. shane proctor using that free arm. craig: you heard shorty saying he was getting a little behind. he did exactly what you wanted him to do, keep the free arm down. j.w.: you watch when he leaves, we all bow down the way he has been doing good, just a little bit behind. it gets the arm strength putting all the pressure on him to the outside and he couldn't adjust back. craig: a hat trick for who dat. the third time it has bucked off shane proctor. the lead dog is luke snyder right now, but it could be mike lee with bushwacker in kansas city. torque to go with it... 'cuz unless you'r usin' your truck to deliver pizza's ... you ain't gettin' anything done without it. torque is power. it pulls trailers. hauls dirt. drags boulders. torque is what gets the cap off your beer. and only the ford f-150 with ecoboost has the best combination of torque and fuel economy. think about that. introducing the new 2013 f-150. all your important legal matters in just minutes. protect your family... and launch your dreams. at legalzoom.co
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